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New Frontiers in China's Foreign Relations

Zhongguo Waijiao de Xin Bianjiang
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Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development Lexington Books
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Chapter 1 Introduction. A Time of Some Significance: The People's Republic at Sixty and New Frontiers in Chinese Foreign RelationsPart 2 Part I: Foreign RelationsChapter 3 Chapter 1. The Moral Dimension of Chinese Foreign PolicyChapter 4 Chapter 2. Unconventional Sources of Chinese Insecurity: What The Emergence of NTS Concerns within Chinese Foreign Policy and National Security Circles Reveals about China's "Rise"Chapter 5 Chapter 3. Shaping China's Foreign Policy: The Paradoxical Role of Foreign-Educated ReturneesPart 6 Part II: Domestic-Foreign Policy NexusChapter 7 Chapter 4. The Economic Factor in Chinese Foreign PolicyChapter 8 Chapter 5. China's Domestic Policy Fragmentation and "Grand" Strategy in Global PoliticsPart 9 Part III: National Security ConcernsChapter 10 Chapter 6. Security Policy and China's Defense Modernization: A Sixty-Year PerspectiveChapter 11 Chapter 7. Strategic Priority and Choice: China's Search of Security in an Era of Multiple ThreatsChapter 12 Chapter 8. Pragmatic Compliance: China's Policy toward Multilateral Export Control RegimesPart 13 Part IV: Emerging and Future IssuesChapter 14 Chapter 9. Chinese Foreign Policy Challenges: Periphery as CoreChapter 15 Chapter 10. China's Foreign Policy in a Globalized World: Challenges and Opportunities
This book stands as a rebuke to any who would attempt to forward simplistic interpretations of China's rise. In place of parsimonious arguments, or an endorsement of any singular set of images (whether pacific or confrontational), it repeatedly calls attention to the remarkable complexity of China's emerging international profile. More specifically, the leading Chinese and American scholars working in the fields of Chinese foreign policy, international political economy, and national security, who contributed to this volume argue that while China appears to be entering a new era in its relationship with the outside world, such a development encompasses disparate, even contradictory, policies, and, as a result, there is a great deal of fluidity within China's place in world politics.

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